Media Create Sales 6 Feb ~ 12 Feb

Jun 8, 2004
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http://www.gpara.com/ranking/


1 NDS DS English Training - 72,000 / 424,000
2 NDS Brain Age 2 - 70,000 / 1,214,000
3 NDS Animal Crossing WW - 57,000/ 1,850,000
4 PS2 SIREN2 - 50,000 / 50,000
5 NDS Brain Age - 32,000 / 1,521,000
6 NDS Right Brain Master! Machigai Museum (Namco) - 21,000 / 21,000
7 PS2 Tourist Trophy - 20,000 / 80,000
8 PSP Monster hunter Portable - 20,000 / 467,000
9 PS2 Shin Onimusha DAWN OF DREAMS - 20,000 / 296,000
10 NDS Mario Kart DS - 18,000 / 1,098,000
 

jj984jj

He's a pretty swell guy in my books anyway.
Aug 30, 2005
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Wow. NDS hype dying down a bit before Lite launches. Only 6/10 this week.

Edit: Exact software and hardware:

1. DS English Training (Nintendo, DS): 72,290 (424,214)
2. Train Your Brain 2 (Nintendo, DS): 70,407 (1,213,603)
3. Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo, DS): 57,335 (1,850,063)
4. Siren 2 (SCE, PS2): 49,780
5. Otona no DS Training (Nintendo, DS): 32,082 (1,520,843)
6. Machigae Museum (Namco, DS): 21,132
7. Tourist Trophy (SCE, PS2): 20,433 (80,087)
8. Monster Hunter Portable (Capcom, PSP): 20,126 (467,180)
9. Shin Onimusha (Capcom, PS2): 19,916 (295,721)
10. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo, DS): 18,304 (1,098,472)

1. PSP: 24,977 (310,253)
2. PS2: 23,383 (217,840)
3. DS: 10,223 (351,802)
4. GBASP: 5,405 (52,337)
5. GBMicro: 2,934 (32,588)
6. GC: 2,025 (30,577)
7. Xbox360: 1,288 (22,657)
8. GBA: 150 (1478)
9. Xbox: 84 (671)

NDS am cry.

http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2278&Itemid=2

Edit 2:
mutsu said:
This thread needs some LTD numbers. Someone!
YTD/LTD
NDS - 351,802/5,998,754
PSP - 310,253/2,978,481
NDS Lead - 41,549/3,020,273
 
May 19, 2005
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A translation would be nice, but it looks likes Monster Hunter has some strong legs. Not bad opening for Siren 2.

English Training just might hit that sweet 1 million mark. 2 million of AC is certain now and possibly for both Brain Training games.
 
Jun 17, 2004
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You'd think that with English Training being on the top of the charts, we'd be getting actual english written titles in the charts and not question marks.
 
Sep 25, 2005
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I seriously did not expect the English Training game to do this well. Apparently Nintendo can do no wrong in Japan.

Brain Training 2 is already close to outselling the first one. Wow..just wow.

Animal Crossing's legs are insane. It was really the perfect handheld game for Japan, and they have turned the series into a blockbuster. I bet you Nintendo is putting even more resources into AC Revolution now. Could it be a Japanese launch title?
 

jj984jj

He's a pretty swell guy in my books anyway.
Aug 30, 2005
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A Link to the Past said:
Nah. I expect Brain Training, Brain Training 2, English Training, Gentle Brain Exercises and Animal Crossing: Wild World to be on the top ten, along with Mario Kart DS, Children of Mana, Doraemon and others.
Well since you never know with PSP games in Japan, maybe you can say VP and Megaman will not show up (which would be a damn shame), but to say Gundam won't show up is crazy.
 
Nov 10, 2005
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jj984jj said:
Well since you never know with PSP games in Japan, maybe you can say VP and Megaman will not show up (which would be a damn shame), but to say Gundam won't show up is crazy.
One would have said the same about Winning Eleven. It may have shown up (I do not know or remember), but not only are PSP games largely less popular than their siblings on other systems, but it's coming up against the DS Lite.
 
Feb 11, 2006
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I really do think AC is perfect as a portable game. As a "life simulator", it just doesn't feel right playing the game while sitting on the couch looking up at a television screen. It's like it was meant to portable and to take it with you anywhere. Plus, I find it alot more interactive than the GC version. I love making patterns in the game from various other games and putting them on the ground. :) I actually regret the possibility of Nintendo making another console version.

Anyway, sorry for derailing the thread. :/
 
Jun 9, 2004
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jj984jj said:
Wow. NDS hype dying down a bit before Lite launches. Only 6/10 this week.

Edit: Exact software and hardware:

1. DS English Training (Nintendo, DS): 72,290 (424,214)
2. Train Your Brain 2 (Nintendo, DS): 70,407 (1,213,603)
3. Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo, DS): 57,335 (1,850,063)
4. Siren 2 (SCE, PS2): 49,780
5. Otona no DS Training (Nintendo, DS): 32,082 (1,520,843)
6. Machigae Museum (Namco, DS): 21,132
7. Tourist Trophy (SCE, PS2): 20,433 (80,087)
8. Monster Hunter Portable (Capcom, PSP): 20,126 (4,67,180)
9. Shin Onimusha (Capcom, PS2): 19,916 (295,721)
10. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo, DS): 18,304 (1,098,472)

1. PSP: 24,977 (310,253)
2. PS2: 23,383 (217,840)
3. DS: 10,223 (351,802)
4. GBASP: 5,405 (52,337)
5. GBMicro: 2,934 (32,588)
6. GC: 2,025 (30,577)
7. Xbox360: 1,288 (22,657)
8. GBA: 150 (1478)
9. Xbox: 84 (671).

http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2278&Itemid=2

NDS am cry.
DS shortages FTL. That's easily it's lowest selling week ever. But you would never guess it from the software sales. My guess is people who don't even have a DS yet are buying the games now. Animal Crossing has nearly a 1:3 ratio with DS systems sold in Japan.
 
Jun 8, 2004
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Raw64life said:
DS shortages FTL. That's easily it's lowest selling week ever. But you would never guess it from the software sales. My guess is people who don't even have a DS yet are buying the games now. Animal Crossing has nearly a 1:3 ratio with DS systems sold in Japan.
Based on the DS titles in the top 10 and the number of systems sold, the system has a 26.56:1 tie ratio. :lol

And is the reason for the 10k because they just aren't shipping anymore of the regular DS or are people just waiting while the regular DS's are sitting on shelves?
 
May 13, 2005
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WTF, Ds sales are too low. It cant be a shortage anymore, people waiting for the Lite?

However, further down the chart, where the real battles rage...


6. GC: 2,025 (30,577) WIN!
7. Xbox360: 1,288 (22,657) LOSE


8. GBA: 150 (1478) WIN!
9. Xbox: 84 (671). LOSE
 
Jun 7, 2004
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jj984jj said:
1. PSP: 24,977 (310,253)
2. PS2: 23,383 (217,840)
3. DS: 10,223 (351,802)
4. GBASP: 5,405 (52,337)
5. GBMicro: 2,934 (32,588)
6. GC: 2,025 (30,577)
7. Xbox360: 1,288 (22,657)
8. GBA: 150 (1478)
9. Xbox: 84 (671).
So close, yet so far...
 
Jun 7, 2004
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I think it was mentioned in the thread the week the DS sold over 100k, that shipments had stopped for 2 weeks because of Chinese New Year.

MHP legs are very impressive, it just keeps going and going. Surely the biggest seller now for the PSP.
 
Jun 8, 2004
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jj984jj said:
1. PSP: 24,977 (310,253)
2. PS2: 23,383 (217,840)
3. DS: 10,223 (351,802)
4. GBASP: 5,405 (52,337)
5. GBMicro: 2,934 (32,588)
6. GC: 2,025 (30,577)
7. Xbox360: 1,288 (22,657)
8. GBA: 150 (1478)
9. Xbox: 84 (671)
thanks jj984jj :)



I wonder why Next Gen Biz not posting the data every week
 

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Mar 19, 2005
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neo2046 on 02-02-2006 said:
don't be too excited
NDS' HW sales numbers will be decreased again next week

Nintendo will stop the NDS shippment this week and next week
it seems one of the reasons is the Chinese New Year
this is the reason for 10k
 
Feb 9, 2006
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I still don't understand why the Japanese love that brain-learning software. Unless it is a fad that dies it will continue to separate Japanese gamers interest and the rest of the world.

I mean....c'mon. That stuff will NEVER sell over here.